State apartments of a town house built by Ludwig Tischler, the "last Baroque architect of Vienna", for countess Marie Razumovsky.
Comprised of a prestigious foyer, a buffet/dining room, a small concert hall for about 70 people, a saloon and a study.
The residence of the Amalthea publishing house is an apartment which belonged to Friedrich von Schmidt, famous master builder of the town hall at the Vienna Ringstrasse. The interior (wood paneling, fabric wallcovering, ceilings, furniture) of dining room, parlour, study, boudoir shows décor typical for the period Historicism at Makart’s time from the 1890s.
In Bösendorfer’s Downtown Showroom, a favoured meeting point of artists from all over the world, the finest and most exquisite selection of our famous and unique grand pianos can be played. Since 1913 we proudly run and present our showroom inside the Musikverein building, one of the most elegant and renowned centres of classical music worldwide, enormously rich in tradition and history.
Our Downtown Showroom is a paradise for anybody who loves pianos. The uniqueness of instruments manufactured by Bösendorfer touches the heart of anyone who loves music, whether musician or auditor.
Located near the city center, directly opposite the "Reed Messe Wien" exhibition center. Our inviting hotel has bold and contemporary architectural features. On the 8th and highest floor, we provide 430 m2 of fitness and wellness overlooking Vienna. For meetings and private events, the Courtyard Vienna Messe provides 14 conference and banquet rooms in a variety of sizes and settings.
This magnificent building in the style of the Neo-Renaissance was built on behalf of the banker, Eduard Freiherr von Todesco, in the years 1861 to 1864 by the architects Ludwig von Förster and Theophil von Hansen. The artist Carl Rahl designed the interior ceiling painting. The walls and ceilings are made of precious wood paneling and the ballroom itself is a work of art. The painting "Judgement of Paris" is located on the ceiling of the former, also richly decorated, dining room, now Salon Paris.
bright, eclectically furnished 4 - room old building apartment. 3 of them centrally accessible. Large living room with piano and guitars.
Possibility to store furniture and personal belongings in an 8m2 storeroom.
Bathroom modernized with concrete. Herringbone parquet floors in the rooms. In the kitchen ship's floor. Very flooded with light.
The Hofburg Congress Center offers 182,000 sq. ft of space spread across 35 rooms for events for anything from 50 to 4,900 people. The crowning glory comes courtesy of the imperial staterooms — complete with state-of-the-art conference equipment. The Habsburg’s former winter residences covers a total of 5.381.955 sq. ft. and comprises 18 wings with 54 staircases, 19 courtyards and 2,600 rooms.
The majestic Hotel Imperial and its sumptuous surroundings were originally created in 1863 as the Prince of Württemberg’s Viennese residence. Overlooking the historic Ring Boulevard in central Vienna, the building was transformed into a hotel to accommodate discerning visitors of the 1873 World’s Fair. Truly the palace of a prince, the façade is Italian Neo Renaissance with emblematic details.
Atop the building is a stone balustrade that elegantly frames a group of allegorical animals from the Württemberg coat of arms. The portal group is dominated by four impressive statues that are equally symbolic. The original entrance, flanked by two stone sentry boxes, was wide enough to accommodate a two-horse drawn carriage.
The interior furnishings of the Hotel Imperial artfully showcase the 19th Century romance of Vienna with pristine marble, hand carved statues, and spectacular crystal chandeliers. The time-honored Imperial Restaurant and Kaffeehaus Café Imperial Wien have accommodated many famous authors and composers.
Inside the lobby, a Royal Staircase leading up to suites and rooms is lit by magnificent chandeliers that sparkle and shimmer from high stucco ceilings radiating aristocratic flair. Private balconies offer splendid views of the roofs and spires of old Vienna.
The magnificent, art historically valuable house is a landmarked building. It is one of the most beautiful and important buildings of the Baroque period in Vienna in terms of its particularly beautiful façade, the charming interior of the entrance hall, the sculptural decoration of its stairwell and its interiors.
Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt, one of the most renowned architects of his time, designed the Palais Schönburg, located in the heart of Vienna, and surrounded by a 15.000 square meter park. Other famous buildings designed by Hildebrandt are the Belvedere Palace and the St. Peter’s Church in Vienna. The palace was constructed between the years 1700 and 1706 on behalf of Earl Gundakar Starhemberg. On account of its remarkable acoustics, world famous musicians including Leonard Bernstein, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and his Concentus Musicus Vienna, the Wiener Konzerthaus-Quartet, Alfred Brendel and many more, chose this location during the 1960s and 70s to perform and record their work.
The Baroque jewel is located in Vienna’s fourth district, at Rainergasse 11, approximately one kilometre away from the Vienna Opera. The building and the park were recently completely renovated and are now resplendent in new brilliance. Since the summer of 2008, the beautiful “Residence for your Events” can be rented for parties and other events.
The Palais Schönburg provides high voltage power lines (indoors and outdoors), an AC system, elevators and wifi as well as a large catering area.
The Baroque State Hall is among the world's most beautiful historic libraries. Emperor Charles VI ordered the construction of this jewel of secular Baroque architecture for his Court Library. The State Hall was built from 1723 till 1726 according to the plans of the famous court architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, and carried out by his son Joseph Emanuel. The ceiling frescoes were completed in 1730 by the court painter Daniel Grans.
Exclusive event location in the heart of Döbling, Vienna's 19th district. Historical ambiance, built in 1837, restaurated in 2010. Centerpiece is the "Straußsaal", an elegant "Biedermeier" - ballroom with stage and gallery, gorgeous chandeliers and original Thonet furniture. The one-of-a-kind ballroom whith its octogon shape offers a direct access to the garden.
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is the only institution in the world which has practiced for over 430 years and continues to cultivate classical equitation in the Renaissance tradition of the haute école.
The objective of classical equitation is to study the way the horse naturally moves and to cultivate the highest levels of haute école elegance the horse is capable of through systematic training. The result creates an unparalleled harmony between rider and horse, as only Vienna's Spanish Riding School achieves.
The Liechtenstein CITY PALACE, owned by the princely family of Liechtenstein, is another architecural jewel and a magnificent aristocratic residence situated at the heart of Vienna, close to the Burgtheater and the Volksgarten.
Following an extensive programme of renovation
the palace will appear again in all its former glory from 2013. Held to be the first major building of the
High Baroque age in Vienna, it boasts Baroque stucco ceilings which fuse with opulent Rococo Revival interiors, original furnishings and exquisite parquet flooring by Michael Thonet to form a harmonious whole, revealing insights into the aristocratic life of bygone epochs.
The „Sträußelsäle“ is the intermission room at the Theater in der Josefstadt. It has a Biedermeier atmosphere and can be used as ball room or for other big events. In 2007 the Sträußelsäle were gently renovated.
The Josefstadt Theatre is one of the most successful stages in the German speaking theatre world. It is known for the best artistic craftsmanship, high quality acting and tradition. It is not just a Viennese theatre; it is an Austrian Institution. The architecture ensures an intimate liaison between actors and audience contributing to the unique performances at the “Theater in der Josefstadt”.
The theatre was founded in 1788 to spur on the tavern’s „Bey den goldenen Straußen” profit. In 1822 demand for the theatre was so high that the small stage was replaced under the famous Biedermeier architect Josef Kornhäusel. In 1924 Max Reinhardt renovated the theatre inspired by the Teatro La Fenice in Venice.
Facilities: Loggia Theatre with 3 floors, auditorium, stage, salons, rehearsal stage (dimensions as original stage), additional rooms.
The landmarked Ballhaus in the heart of the 9th district, with the dining room from the year of 1870 has been carefully restored and revitalized. Our event area, the former garden tract, now known as the Vienna Ballhaus, offers a mix of Biedermeier, Neo-Baroque and modernity and is excellently equipped for many diverse events.